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READ: Impeachment Witnesses' Opening Statements For Tuesday's Hearings

The House Intelligence Committee is hearing from four more witnesses on Tuesday, including Ukraine specialist Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and former National Security Council official Tim Morrison.
Jennifer Williams and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman take the oath before they testify during the House Intelligence Committee hearing on Tuesday. Source: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

Four witnesses are testifying in front of the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, starting the second week of public hearings in the ongoing impeachment inquiry investigation.

The morning session features Jennifer Williams, a career State Department staffer detailed to work with Vice President Pence's staff, as well as Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the Ukraine specialist on the

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